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Democracy Now! – June 3, 2014

Father of Freed U.S. Soldier: “Nobody Can Relate to Guantánamo Prisoners More Than Our Family”; Reporter: Bowe Bergdahl’s Fellow Soldiers Questioned Afghan War More Than He Did; Former Guantánamo Chief Prosecutor Defends American POW-Taliban Prisoner Swap; After Supreme Court Rejects Appeal, Will Obama Jail New York Times Reporter James Risen?

Headlines
June 3, 2014

    Obama Seeks $1 Billion to Boost U.S. Military in Europe
    Iraq: 15 Killed After Deadliest Month This Year
    Report: Iraq Vets Sickened by Breathing in Titanium at Base
    China to Limit Carbon Emissions After U.S. Unveils Plan
    Syria Holds Elections Despite Civil War
    Spanish Protesters Call for Referendum on Monarchy as King Abdicates
    U.S. to Recognize New Palestinian Unity Gov’t
    Supreme Court Rejects Appeal by NYT Reporter James Risen
    Georgia: Toddler in Induced Coma After SWAT Team Throws Stun Grenade into Playpen
    Seattle City Council Passes $15-an-Hour Minimum Wage
    Report: Female Retail Workers Make $4 an Hour Less Than Men
    Study: Female-Named Hurricanes More Deadly Because Not Taken Seriously
    Oliver Stone to Make Film About Edward Snowden

 

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